jury deliberations

jury deliberations

noun chance verdict, common jury, compromised verdict, consideration by the jury, connemplation by the jury, jury analysis, jury review, panel deeermination
Associated concepts: Grand Jury, jury verdict, Petit Jury, quooient verdict, special jury, special verdict, trial jury
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After a five-week trial, public anger and almost 10 hours of jury deliberations, she was convicted of four charges.
After the third day of jury deliberations, we were definitely ready."
Jury deliberations took less than an hour, the release said.
High school and college students, who come to their local, federal courthouse in the upcoming academic year, will get firsthand experience with civil discourse and how it impacts realistic jury deliberations
Episode descriptions, interview summaries, and jury deliberations lend verisimilitude.
A Texas judge's conduct is being scrutinized after he intervened in jury deliberations on Jan.
The WISE Prize for Education Jury deliberations in Berlin come within the context of the 2017 Germany-Qatar Year of Culture, which has featured a wide range of exchange programs focusing on the arts, education, culture, and sports.
Hamilton County Judge Leslie Ghiz made the decision Friday after more than 30 hours of jury deliberations over five days.
Keeping in mind the high profile nature of the trial, where if found guilty, Cosby faces up to 30 years of jail time for three counts of aggravated indecent assault against former Temple University basketball staffer Andrea Constand in 2004, the judge refused to impose a deadline for the jury deliberations.
The review found that one juror had discussed the case with a third party and researched awards for damages in similar trials after being sworn in and before jury deliberations began.
He was convicted on a majority 10 to 1 verdict after 18 hours of jury deliberations at the Old Bailey.